One of the current projects I'm working on calls for a database with
temporal support, thus I came across PostgreSQL being informed that it
was "headed in the right direction" and as far as I can see, goes
further than mySQL in that respect.
I've since installed the postgreSQL 9.0 Beta version and have it running
on my workstation.
I found the temporal package at http://pgfoundry.org/projects/temporal
which I downloaded. My question is "What do I need to do with these
files in order to integrate the temporal support with my version of
I see some .c files, .html files, etc., but I'm at a loss as to how to
get these tied into the platform. Any help greatly appreciated.
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